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. all this wet weather reportedly force ad brown pelican off course and into the backyard of a home in santa cruz. the wild rescue organization said it is very unusual to find a brown pelican in this area. they said the bird is weak and dehydrated and it was probably blown off course or simply confused. a look outside at downtown san francisco. it is beautiful. you can see we are on storm watch and we'll continue to track the weather throughout this newscast and this evening. remember, for the latest weather jump dates, you can also go to nbcbayarea.com. and you can send us your pictures. >> the cold-blooded murders of two teenage girls in oakland have a community reeling tonight. the girl just 15 and 16 were killed over the weekend in a hail of gun fire. and as jody hernandez reports, neighbors stay shootings are the tipping point for what already feels like a war zone. >> there will never be a day i won't miss my daughter. not one. >> reporter: she is beside herself. thinking about how her 16-year-old daughter bobby and her daughter's best friend, 15-year-old raquel, died. the two
percent. the income tax is retroactive to the beginning of this year. governor brown, who campaigned tirelessly, considers the vote a win not for himself but for the state. he says the new money will cover $6 billion in education cuts that were made in recent years. >> the good news is the state has been reaching into the pockets of school districts to take money out because it couldn't pay the bills. that day is over. we are now living within our means because of the cuts and because of prop 30. >> reporter: governor brown adds that rating services such as standard & poor's are already noting california's new income and viewing its financial outlook favorably. >> now the passage of both proposition 30 and san francisco's proposition a provides sorely needed funds to san francisco city college as well. prop 30 narrowly passed and measure a received more than 60% of the vote. but the school is in such dire straits that long-term problems will still taunt administrators for a while. nbc's barry santiago is at city college with more. this is a long time in the making, arturo. >> it is,
that it won't have to raise tuition next year. governor brown says that's unrealistic even with prop 30, which raised taxes to prevent deeper education cuts. students say it's time for an end to cuts and hikes. a spokesperson for the regents say prop 30 fund will help stabilize the system but they still lost $900 million in state funding over the last four years. >>> more education news for you now. bay area nonprofit that helps low income students get into college is planning a major expansion in san francisco. college track will double the number of high school students they serve in the city's bayview district. the ceo of college track sat down me this week and we talked about the hurdles that students face when they want to go to college. >> the reality, is i'm the first in my family to go to college had. that isn't the expectation you have in a minority family, that you're going to go to college. it's not usually what your parents think and not for yourself. >> what we found is there's an idea that students and families want to go to college. but they don't necessarily know how to get the
. >> in 10 minutes. investigators have been coming out. bringing objects wrapped in brown paper. investigators tell me they will be out here, four, five hours searching the home for evidence. reporting live in south san jose, maryanne favro. >> thank you, marianne. we see some of the investigators right there behind marianne in the house. and to put it in perspective here. three years ago. when san jose was one of the safest in the country. there were 1400 officers full time. today the staffs have been reduced by 25%. it was an unusually active day for san jose police. several incidents around town where people were stealing cars and then, smashing them in the garages now. we heard, in the story, the officers addressing one of these crashes. this one at about 5:00 a.m. in san jose. people in the car, fled the scene. >> well, tense moments in the east bay. after a car chase, that ended in a crash. investigators say, sheriff's deputies were trying to pull some one over for reckless driving in castro valley. at the intersection of norbridge avenue. the pole came crashing down on to
sponsored gi governor brown. the other is prop 32 which will ban payroll deductions for political purposes. >> i'm curious about who are these people that think they need to secretly influence california elections, and where is the money coming from? >> we need more transparency in our political system and what turns people off is we don't know who is behind the campaigns on either side. i think trans parnd see is important. when i heard about this it didn't change the fact what proposition 30 regardless of who supports or opposes it. you can read 30 yourself. >> reporter: the attorney general is involved in the investigation now, and there could be both civil and criminal charges brought against the nonprofits. live in berkeley, kimberly terry, "nbc bay area news." >>> the final push, brown is still campaigning tonight for prop 30, which he says voters must have in order to save public education and higher ed in california. brown says the measure, which would temporarily increase the sales tax and income tax has support among democrats and republicans. >> why is it that the police chief
on undecided voters. it is governor brown's tax initiative to raise money for schools and colleges. a new field poll finds 48% are in favor of this tax initiative. 48% are opposed. 14% are undecided. prop 30 would hike the state sales tax by a quarter cent for four years, raising about $6 billion a year and help close the state's budget deficit. >> new at 6:00, san francisco police showed the suspect who beat and kicked a muni station agent last month. they want the public's help in identifying this man. the pictures show a tall, slender man about 35 to 30 years old carrying a bike or black suitcase. you see him right here. the victim, a 55-year-old station agent told the man that bikes are not allowed in the station. the suspect repeatedly ignored him as he made his way to the muni platform. once there the detectives say the man turned on the agent, kicking him and punching him, forcing him to the ground. he has not been able to return to work. >> if you know there could be a reward in your future. a fund is being established. investigators say robbery was the motive for last night's deadly sh
appearance at the meeting. for the first time since his election governor brown took a seat at the meeting urging members not to move forward with the hike. the board wants to impose higher fees to urge students with enough credits to graduate and make room for new freshman. brown says voters approved prop 30, now is not the new time to ask for money. >> that's why i said delay it and let me think about it. now, there are issues. can students just take courses over and over again. can they hang around seven or eight years? well, that has cost to it and we'll have to find a way to curb it. >> the governor plans to attend the regent meeting in san francisco tomorrow but late today the regents announced it was delaying fee hikes as well. >>> cap in trade, three words that tonight are a political hot potato. the new pollution rules going in effect tomorrow are creating a lot of confusion for bay area businesses. jodi hernandez separates fact from promise. >> reporter: the folks at the california resources board are gearing up for what they call a historic day as they prepare to auction off pol
on the line at the rose bowl. could usc take the brown from this a cross town rivals. find out next in sports. >>> welcome back. stanford is thinking upset. cardinals facing the number two team in the country. oregon right now. and in duck territory. tied at 7. 2. 30 in the first half. we'll have complete highlight tonight at 11:00. don't miss it. speaking of close games. number 18. usc. 17, ucla. bruins up 17-0. jonathan franklin, takes 17 yard for the td. bruins up 24-0, like i said this guam was close. usc, wouldn't go away. fourth quarter. down 11. matt barkley. marquise lee. 14-yard td. two point conversion. two point game. ucla. franklin. td. this one, 27 yard. he had 171 yard. and two scores. usc, driving second. and matt barkly. look out. crunched by anthony barr. ucla wins 38-4 to clinch their second. straight pac 12 title. congratulations to the bruins. alex smith. lifted a questionable -- listed as questionable for the showdown with the bears. 49ers quarterback has not been fully cleared. suffering a concussion. describe what the final step is for smith to return. and the quarterba
weighing 80 pounds, black hair and as you can see brown eyes. he was last wearing a long-sleeved yellow shirt and blue sweatpants. right now police say they don't suspect any foul play. they're saying he's not a runaway either so it's a confusing case. >>> the election is over, but for the republican party, the second-guessing has just begun. some republicans feel they need to overhaul their party just to stay competitive. nbc bay area's jodi hernandez joins us in walnut creek tonight. jodi, this is a pivotal time. what are some of the options that you know of? >> reporter: that's the big question, raj, where to go from here. i'm standing in front of campaign headquarters for republicans. last week it was bustling with activity and with hope. tonight as you can see all that remains is a few -- are a few discarded lawn signs. analysts say the state gop is in need of a major makeover. >> and after a lot of work there's a big letdown. >> reporter: that's how republican state chair describes how the outcome of last week's election has left republicans feeling. the state's gop suffered a swe
tuition from going up next year. a sum governor jerry brown says is simply unrealistic. >> it's very unlikely to happen. you really proposing tuition increases unless there's some third alternative. >> what i heard today, there's a minimum 6% increase in tuition on its way. minimum. and that everything else has to go -- to avoid an even steeper increase. >> all in favor. >> aye. >> oppose? >> no. >> gavin newsom voted against the proposed budget framework while governor brown abstained. he says theel compete with the elderly and disabled and long list of others for the budget pie. >> i'll do the best i can to keep tuition down and get revenue from the state, but i do that in the context of a lot of other claims that people are making. >> students say they can't believe just a week after helping proposition 30 get passed, they are already faced with the real possibility of steeper tuition. >> students can't understand now that prop 30 is passed bringing billions more in funding from taxes on the rich, why are we talking about increasing tuition? we should be talking about rolling tuit
and if you have the ability to give, you give it. >> reporter: from brown bags to brown box to turkey. the spirit of giving is thriving. in san jose, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> and that spirit is on display in san francisco where thousands of seniors, people who can't get out of their homes will enjoy the thanksgiving meal tomorrow thanks to the city's mayor, the police and fire chiefs and an army of volunteers. they met today at the salvation army center to carve turkeys. volunteers have been cooking and preparing the meals for a week now. the total of 6,000 pounds of turkey, 1,400 pounds of beans and yams will be delivered tomorrow as part of the holiday meal tradition. >> a special time of year. let's bring in jeff ranieri now who has this wonderful forecast. it looks very nice. >> that latest storm system rolling in and out. yesterday, if you're doing any traveling tonight or tomorrow we do have dry roads here. doppler radar stands around. not a raindrop in sight up into the north bay, east bay or south bay after picking up from a quarter of an inch to over one inch yes
brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >>> native-americans were honored for their service to the country. they health a jobs and resource form for those veterans. president obama proclaimed november as native-american heritage month. during world war ii, native-americans used their native language to get messages and codes out to the troops because the enemy couldn't understand them. the pledge of allegiance at today's event was led by those two little cutis who are damien trujillo's twins. >>> safeway has averted a strike. they reached a new labor deal. the tentative agreement covers health care, employee exception and other issues for northern california employees, including bay area workers. they say they'll recommend the members ratify that. >>> the votes are finally counted in washington state confirming that washington has join maine and maryland as the first states to allow same sex marriage by popular vote. six other states, new york, connecticut, eye warning massachusetts and new hampshire and vermont already al
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